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Monday, July 4, 2016

Cool 4th of July [1910]

From our collection of old postcards ...

Pro Patria
(For One's Country)
Independence Hall
and
Liberty Bell
Back of the Card

The Message
A "cool" 4th of July
Postmarked July 3, 1910
Baltimore, MD

Our attempt to decode the script.
How did we do?

Postage = One Cent
To:  Mr F Ellis Goodlette
179 French Broad Ave
Asheville, N. C.


A cool Fourth of July to you from John's Island.

13 comments:

  1. A cool Fourth of July to you too.

    Diana

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  2. Happy 4th of July for you and your friends or family. Love the old postcards.

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  3. Hello John! Happy 4th of July! Happy Monday, enjoy your new week ahead!

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  4. It looks like it will truly be cool in our part of the world, huh? Happy Independence Day, John! :-)

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  5. Happy Fourth of July , John.

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  6. So interesting, John, hope you had a very Happy Fourth of July!

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  7. O, very old postcard! Love it.

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  8. The card is beautiful. Always neat to see the old handwriting. People really used to make writing an art. If only stamps were still one cent! We had a fun 4th...we ran a 5K in the morning, so we were anything but cool--but it was a good experience!

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  9. Hope you had a blast celebrating the 4th. :)

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  10. I love the handwriting on those old postcards :)

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